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Kingfisher Tiny House by Rewild Homes

This is the Kingfisher Tiny House on Wheels.

It’s built by Rewild Homes in Nanaimo, British Columbia.

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Kingfisher Tiny House by Rewild Homes


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  • 8′ x 20′
  • 160 sq. ft.
  • Custom milled cedar exterior finish
  • Charcoal shingles
  • Laminate flooring inside
  • Pine flooring in the lofts
  • Pine ceilings
  • 2×4 framing throughout
  • R12 insulation in walls and roof
  • 14,000lb GWV on the trailer

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  • Avatar alice h

    I like this one, nice and open. I’d have the lounge area and patio doors in the same end. Either move the door to the other end or flip the bathroom and lounge. Probably needs more storage too.

  • Very nice open airy kind of feeling to it….!

  • Avatar Francesca S.

    Agreed, this house has a very spacious, clean, and minimalist feel, despite the awesome, huge sofa! I much prefer this type of layout, where the larger loft is above the sitting area, rather than the kitchen, which is a very high-activity area. It makes sense to have a roomier feel where there’s more traffic, and also, no loft over the kitchen would allow for cabinets/shelves up to the ceiling. Along with use of the small loft, I think there would be plenty of storage in such a setup.

  • Avatar Alison

    At 14,000 pounds this is a little heavier than a lot of the 20′ tiny houses I’ve seen. I wonder if the trailer bed is rated for that much weight. It may be heavy, but it has a light, open feeling.

    • Hi Alison, thanks for your comment! The trailer itself is rated for 14,000lbs but the home itself only comes in around 10,000lbs (loaded).

  • Avatar Laura Hicks

    Thank you all for putting out this newsletter.. I am in love with1/2 dozen or more.. I look forward to that newsletter to come..Keep up the good work!!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      So happy you like it, Laura! Thanks so much!

  • Alex, you’re rocking this weekend! I’ve found three tiny houses. That not only do I like. That might work for me also. Thanks, as always look forward to your post. Thanks, Allin

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      That’s such great news, Allin! — Tiny House Talk Team

  • Avatar ROSEE

    This should be a great TH for those who are starting on their own. They can either add on or tear down to create their own idea of living space.
    I found it too bare. Sorry!

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie

      These empty ones always need those personal touches! — Tiny House Talk Team


    Just as nice seeing it twice…!

  • Avatar Kathy

    I like the open and uncluttered atmosphere, but honestly by the time I got done piling my clothes and belongings in various places it would very cluttered indeed LOL. Seriously, there must be a place to store clothing, books and personal stuff like, well whatever one finds necessary! For only 20′ long, the space is awesome, but I think a similar design with 3-4 extra feet where a storage stairs to the loft could be built would be well worth the investment.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      Yes storage is very important!

  • Avatar Sgmaps

    To give more usable wall space, I would have a single full light door and use the extra wall space for storage.

  • Avatar Rusty Kerr

    I especially like the bathroom and exterior of this house. A small porch would be nice. I am not a fan of lofts and would like to know how they workout as a full time home. I also wonder about homes under 300 ft, if some regret not going a little bigger. I like the tiny house movement, but I think long term 400 ft would be better for me as I would want a W/D, desk, and bookcase all on one level.

    • Natalie C. McKee Natalie C. McKee

      Yea I think “tiny” can mean different things to different people. What’s important is trying to live with less — or just enough!

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